Classes We Offer

Every class we offer is for every body! You can take any and every class. Everyone leads a busy life nowadays - so, why not let us take care of your fitness and spiritual needs. We offer Heated and Non-heated classes throughout the day to accommodate your busy schedule. Take a look at the schedule. Your mental and physical health is our top priority; see how we can help you make the most out of your time.

BIKRAM    YOGA
60/90 min

 

(105 degrees)

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This class is a all levels class that is excellent for beginners. A Specific set of 26 postures + 2 breathing exercises. The best way to stretch, increase flexibility, reduce stress, detoxify, tone, strengthen, and heal. The fastest way to lose weight and keep it off. 

VINYASA    YOGA
(Vinyasa, Forrest, & Power Flow)
60/75 min

 

(85-95 Degrees

&   non-heated)

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Vinyasa60:  links breath and movement together in each yoga posture. Teachers of Vinyasa Yoga will instruct students to flow through different yoga postures, focusing on the inhale and exhale with every movement. 

Forrest Yoga: Long holding of positions, emphasis on abdominal core work, and Ujjayi Breath. This style emphasizes connecting to one's feelings in order to work through physical and emotional trauma.

Power Flow: is a powerful, energetic form of yoga where students fluidly move from one pose to the next while connecting breathing to their movements.

BIKYASA
YOGA
60 min
(95 degrees)
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BIKYASA is a fusion yoga class. Imagine the perfect combination of Vinyasa Flow and traditional Bikram balancing, stretching, and spine strengthening poses. This class is 60 minutes to music. Everyone can take Bikyasa: beginners are encouraged!

INFERNO HOT PILATES
45/60 min
(95 degrees)
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A challenging, full body, low impact, high intensity, interval training workout. Hot Pilates strengthens muscles and burns fat — all without the pounding of a high impact workout. Not as hot as Bikram - thank god! 

YIN
Yoga

and
Yoga   Nidra 
75 min
(non-heated)
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 Yin/Restorative Yoga: poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. Most postures are done lying down.

Yoga Nidra: is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions.